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A motorcyclist on a provisional licence was clocked at over 200km/hr today

The motorcyclist was detected travelling at the high speed near New Ross, Co Wexford.

GARDAÍ IN THE Traffic Corps spotted a speeding motorcyclist this weekend, who will now face court proceedings.

The motorcyclist was clocked at a speed of over 200km/hr, according to gardaí.

Gardaí detected the motorist travelling at this high-speed in New Ross, Co Wexford.

The speed limit on the N25 and N30 roads in and out of New Ross is generally no more than 100km/hr.

The motorcyclist had a provisional licence, rather than a full one, according to gardaí.

They will now be brought to court to face traffic offences charges.

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